THE HISTORY OF ST. PATRICK'S DAY
Every March 17th we wear green, drink beer, and celebrate St. Patrick's Day with friends and family. But how many of you know
ST. PATRICK'S EARLY DAYS
St. Patrick was born in Roman Britain and was brought to Ireland as a slave at the age of 16. After escaping, he made his way back
"Perhaps the most well known legend is that he explained the Holy Trinity (Father, Son and Holy Spirit) using the three leaves of a
March 17th was celebrated a lot differently in modern-day Ireland. St. Patrick's Day was a religious time instead of a celebration. The
"The Irish government began a national campaign to use interest in St. Patrick’s Day
ST. PATRICK'S DAY 2018
Since St. Patrick's death, March 17th has grown into a HUGE celebration. In just Dublin, Ireland, over 1 million people take part in the
DO SOMETHING DIFFERENT THIS YEAR
run forest, run!
Instead of hitting up a local pub to eat or drink, opt for something out of your comfort zone. Many big cities have St. Patrick's Day
Another option can be donating the money you would spend on yourself to a "Green Cause". One of Ireland's largest charities is called
Not a dancer? Who cares?! Learn some traditional Irish dancing moves at different festivals around the country. Buffalo, NY hosts a "hooley"
CELEBRATE IN STYLE